Wildlife Wins In Washington


There has been good news recently for wildlife in Washington State. Here are 4 articles from the Seattle Times that highlight the good news.

• A large brown bear was sighted in the North Cascades and photographed last October by hiker Joe Sebille. Last week federal biologists confirmed that it is in fact a Grizzly. This is the first sighting in 50 years. Click Here for the article.

 

• A gray wolf pack has been found near Cle Elum and confirmed by state biologists. This is the first pack sighting in many years. Gray wolf packs can move 100 miles in a day. Click here for the article.

 

• Interstate 90 is widening and will include improved wildlife passages near Snoqualmie Pass. The Department of Transportation is improving habitat by fashioning larger culverts and wildlife passages under and over I-90.Click here for the article.

 

• A newborn calf has been spotted among one of the pods of killer whales returning to the Puget Sound.Click here for the article.

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